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1954 Johnson 25 hp decal set

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1954 Johnson 25 hp decal set
$50.00

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Johnson Decal Set Replica for 1954 Johnson 25 hp Outboard motor covers.

Referenced Model number: RD-15, RDL-15, RD-16 and RDL-16
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You will receive the following Johnson outboard decals:

  • (2) Sea horse 25 decals - Port and Stbd Side
  • Starting Instructions
  • 25 decal
  • Oiling Instructions
  • Caution decal
  • (2) Johnson side lettering decals - Port and Stbd Side

STARTING INSTRUCTIONS DECAL READS:

STARTING INSTRUCTIONS
Shift to Neutral, Connect fuel line. Push primer on fuel tank until primer resists thumb pressure. Set twist grip at START position TO START MOTOR. Pull choke to end of travel. To start in temperatures below 40°F, turn high speed knob ¼ turn to the left. Pull starter handle. After motor warms up, push choke in. When motor is warm. correct slow speed adjustment when idling and Hi-speed adjustment at full power. Tools and instructions accompany motor as shipped. Read the instruction book.
JOHNSON MOTORS, Waukegan, ILL. U.S.A.

OILING INSTRUCTIONS DECAL READS:

OILING INSTRUCTIONS
Mix one quart of mobil oil Outboard with each full tank of Regular gasoline. If a smaller quantity of gasoline is being added, for ease of measurement mix ¼ pint of Mobiloil Outboard per gallon of gasoline. We recommend Mobileoil Outboard, or another Outboard oil, or an S.A.E. 30 Regular automotive engine oil. Avoid use of low proced third grade (ML) oils. Lubricate gearcase with Mobilelube GX-90 or any other good oil suitable for automotive hypold gears every 1 to 4 weeks
SPARK PLUG-Use Champion J-6-J 25 H.P. O.B.C. CERTIFIED AT 4000 R.P.M.

1954 Johnson 25 hp decal set for the following models:

Model RD-15
Model  RDL-15
Model RD-16
Model  RDL-16
Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU J54-25-DS
HP 25
Top Cowl Color No
Top Cowl Cover No
Part # No
Color No
Year 1954
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